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April-8-2021
A Chinese student who did his master's in the US talks about the cultural differences he experienced
During my stay in the U.S., I would encounter many more differences that left me perplexed. However, they taught a lesson that I feel is as important as, if not more crucial than, academic studies—cross-cultural communication calls for appreciating diversity.
March-31-2021
Africa's regional development is essential for the continent's renaissance
First and foremost, it's imperative to note that Africa must appreciate that coordinated regional development is the foundation on which the aspirations of the African Union's Agenda 2063 must be laid.
March-29-2021
​Is America really an exemplar of human rights?
The doctrine of American exceptionalism frames the country as benevolent, righteous and a force for good. However, its past record shows that it is less than qualified to preach to other countries on the topic.
March-26-2021
The intertwined problems behind mass shootings in US
The problems of violence in the U.S. can be classified in many ways, analyzed using multiple frameworks and endlessly argued about – however, all of them are connected with each other.
March-24-2021
The racial impact of US China policies
The United States must come to terms with the human consequences of its actions that have inflamed anti-Asian racism.
March-23-2021
Anti-Asian hate crimes epidemic spreads across US
Harmful stereotypes that emerged in the 19th century against Asians emigrating to America have resurfaced in a vicious and deadly form today, and American society must expunge such racist thinking as soon as possible.
March-16-2021
Why understanding Chinese foreign policy matters
The more China grows, the more its significance in the global arena rises. The analysis of Chinese foreign policy is a necessary prerequisite to better understand international relations.
March-15-2021
A turning point for China and the world
After managing to control the pandemic and eliminate poverty domestically last year, China has now set its sights on further economic growth, becoming a high-income economy and curbing climate change.
March-16-2021
Gaining insights into China's US policy
While some have derided the ministerial press conferences on the sidelines of China's annual legislative sessions as merely standard official responses, they actually serve to provide some meaningful insight into the workings of China's government, governance and policy making.
March-16-2021
New avenues to be explored for Belt and Road cooperation
At the beginning of 2021, the situation looks better in China and the rest of the world. China is striving to maintain its success in eliminating COVID-19 cases domestically and fostering immunity for its 1.4-billion population. The more the vaccination process gains ground, the more it is likely that lives will return to normalcy.
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